This is where you can find a variety of practical help and the latest in museum and gallery thinking.
We’ve divided our resources into fact sheets, templates, ‘How to’ guides as well as resources developed by external professional organisations.
There is also a large selection of education kits and M&G’s research.
If there’s something you need or can’t find, contact us and we’ll do our best to fill that gap.
Protocols for using First Nations Cultural and Intellectual Property in the Arts
This protocol guide, developed by the Australia Council endorses the rights of Indigenous people to their cultural heritage and supports Indigenous creative practice. This protocol guide encourages self-determination and helps build a strong and diverse Indigenous arts sector.
Small Museums Cataloguing Manual
The 5th edition of the Small Museums Cataloguing Manual by AMaGA Victoria. This key sector resource introduces users to the cataloguing process, from planning and procedures to digitisation and the management of digital collections. This essential practical tool is free to download.
Using QR Codes in Museums and Galleries
QR codes can be utilised for a broad range of purposes in museums and galleries including directing a user to a web page or an application, linking to audio guides, and conducting audience research. This guide provides an introduction to QR codes and how to use them.
Digital Transformation in the Museum Industry
Produced in conjunction with Museums & The Web, this 15 page report draws on the views of more than 70 professionals working in museums across the world to explore the digital strategies of today’s museums and how they link to visitor engagement plans and focus areas for investment.
Who’s Coming? Respectful Audience Surveying Toolkit
Do you know who's coming to your events and programs - and who isn't? The team at OF/BY/FOR ALL has developed a toolkit to give you a free, simple, step-by-step guide to collecting high-quality participant data. You can use it to create a plan, build a survey, and start collecting data right away.
Risk Assessment and Management for Exhibition Content
This resource, produced by M&G NSW and NETS Victoria, outlines how to develop a risk management strategy for exhibitions that may contain content that could be perceived to be controversial, provocative or have the potential to offend certain members of your community, audience or stakeholder groups.